Hong Kong dining: lunch and dinner specials, and guest chefs from Chengdu, Rome

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 10 June, 2015, 11:16pm
UPDATED : Tuesday, 16 June, 2015, 12:25pm

Tin Lung Heen at The Ritz-Carlton in Tsim Sha Tsui is serving a four-course lunch (HK$1,388 plus 10 per cent) and six-course dinner (HK$2,388 plus 10 per cent) paired with Chateau Montrose, from the Saint-Estèphe appellation of France's Bordeaux region. Lunch includes sautéed Chinese kale with ginger and fried rice with diced wagyu beef and egg with Chateau Montrose 1998. Dinner includes stir-fried lamb loin with leeks and premium soy sauce (above) served with the 2005 and 1998 vintages. Bookings: 2263 2270

Luciano Monosilio, of the Michelin one-star restaurant Pipero al Rex in Rome, is guest chef at Isono restaurant in Central on June 24 and 26. The five-course menu is HK$1,350 plus 10 per cent for two, and includes the chef's famous bombolotti alla carbonara and a choice for main course of deep-fried Italian baby squid with vegetables and onion, honey and ginger sauce, or chargrilled rack of lamb with roast potatoes, wild fennel crème fraiche and barbecue sauce. Bookings: 2156 0688

From June 15 to 28, JW Café at the JW Marriott in Admiralty is serving king crab on the dinner buffet. Guests can have dishes of poached Kamchatka king crab, and Alaskan king crab nigiri. The dinner buffet is HK$698 plus 10 per cent (HK$478 for children) Monday to Thursday and HK$768 plus 10 per cent (HK$528 for children) Friday to Sunday and on public holidays. Bookings: 2810 8366

Chefs from Da Rong He in Chengdu will bring their award-winning Sichuan dishes to Man Wah at the Mandarin Oriental from June 22 to 30. On the menu are dishes of tea-smoked duck; and glutinous rice dumplings with fresh fruit (above). Dishes are available on a six-course lunch (HK$698 plus 10 per cent) and eight-course dinner (HK$1,580 plus 10 per cent). Bookings: 2825 4003

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